The family and I ate there during our week long stay in PCB. The location is not right on the strip, so It doesn't get a lot of tourist traffic. I ordered the fried seafood platter. It was very good. It was well above average. My dad had the prime rib. It was outstanding. It was perfectly cooked and very tender.
The atmosphere was great. The interior was extremely nice...probably the nicest in PCB (outside of "fancy" restaurants). About half way though our meal, some lady started playing guitar and singing on a small stage located in the corner. She gave the folky, hippie, songwriter vibe (though she sang only cover songs from the 60's hippie movement). Not my cup of tea, but I appreciated the touch.
Bottom line....come here to bypass the tourist crowds and enjoy a very nice meal.
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